Testing sol'n supports JEDEC UFS version 1.115 Jun 2012
Unveiled at the All-Members meeting of the MIPI Alliance in Berlin, the Toshiba demonstration is a complete testing environment for next-generation memory solutions built around the latest UFS specification. The UFS 'ecosystem' brings together a UFS memory device, UFS host controller IP and UFS software drivers. The result is a prototyping and testing system that will speed up UFS designs, enable interoperability and ensure smooth integration with host processors, described the company.
New and emerging mobile devices demand higher performances with lower power consumption and reduced pin-counts for embedded flash memory storage. To support these demands designers need to provide performance at much lower energy-per-bit ratios and enable multi task OS support. To help designers address these challenges Toshiba has played a leading role in the specification and design of dual-simplex serial interfaces based on MIPI UniPro(SM) and M-PHY(SM). The company's latest implementation of such an interface uses the upcoming MIPI UniPro version 1.41 and MIPI M-PHY version 2.0 Specifications. In addition, Toshiba has established a full ecosystem of device and host controllers, as well as IP for key building blocks that provides the market with a complete environment that supports development, inter-operability and deployment using the new interface standards.
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